2022 second-warmest year on record for Europe
Barry Murphy
A European climate monitoring service has shared analysis of another year of “climate extremes” in Europe.
4 January 2023 News
My Farming Week: Laura Hannon, Derrypatrick, Drumree, Co Meath
After completing a degree in nursing and working in Beaumont Hospital for two years, in 2019, Laura decided to come home to farm full-time and is now in partnership with her dad.
4 January 2023 Dealer
Uncertain year ahead for farming
It could be fraught in 2023, with price concerns and a raft of new schemes facing farmers in the months ahead.
Farmer Writes: when farmers are short of food, they feed cows properly
In his latest update from over the pond, English dairy farmer Joe Collingborn talks about the challenges of 2022 which were heightened by a drought lasting over two months.
4 January 2023 News
Farmer Writes: The most important five months of 2022 lie ahead
Input prices proved to be a major driver of change on Tommy Moyles' farm this year.
28 December 2022 Farmer Writes
Chaotic weather disrupts global agri-food supply in 2022
Remarkable weather conditions in 2022 played havoc with agricultural production and disrupted agri-food production, writes Anne Finnegan, policy analyst.
28 December 2022 News
Market Digest: stories from around the world
Updates from Argentina, China, New Zealand and USA.
9 November 2022 World
Mapping a maternal way in the Massif Central
Adam Woods reports from a recent visit to France to visit pedigree Limousin herds and learn about the strengths of the breed in France
9 November 2022 Pedigree
Beef quotes steady ahead of four-day week
Adam Woods has the latest on this week’s beef trade, including factory quotes for finished stock.
1 November 2022 Markets
38% reduction in nitrogen on Laois farm
Aidan Brennan reports from the Barber farm in Laois, where lots of clover is helping to facilitate a reduction in chemical nitrogen.
26 October 2022 Grass & feeding
Dry Mississippi causing freight increases and grain pile-ups
The Mississippi is one of the main corridors of travel for agriculture produce in the US and drought has caused it to drop its levels significantly.
25 October 2022 News
Ireland’s agri-food sector at a crossroads – Taoiseach
We have to reduce emissions and adapt to climate change, it is unavoidable, An Taoiseach Michéal Martin has said.
13 October 2022 News